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Andrew Stretch

[TechRaptor] Stretchlinski

Favorite Games:
  • Spyro The Dragon
  • The Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past
  • Skate 3

59 games reviewed
72.2 average score
75 median score
47.5% of games recommended

Andrew Stretch's Reviews

I am a Senior Writer for TechRaptor and I have a passion for most things Video Games and Technology. I picked up my first video games before the age of two and it has been difficult to keep me away from them since then. Nowadays I mostly play games on the Xbox One but have also been known to hop across to the PlayStation 4.
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7 / 10.0 - Post Void
Aug 6, 2020

Post Void packs fast pace FPS action, roguelike mechanics, and a weird 'in your face' art style into this tiny explosive package. If you don't like repeating instances then this small game might not be your style.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Evan's Remains
Jun 15, 2020

While it comes in a small package the fun core gameplay and unexpected storytelling is worth anyone trying out, especially if you're into puzzle platformers. While Evan's Remains never gets truly difficult it still leaves the player wanting more past the credits.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Persona 4 Golden
Jun 13, 2020

By building a fantastic story filled with a deep cast of characters Persona 4 Golden manages to truly invite you into its world. While at times peaks and troughs in gameplay can be jarring the complete package is one any JRPG fan should turn their hand to.

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Mar 29, 2020

One Piece Pirate Warriors 4 adds more to the Musou formula, giving players a chance to re-experience the familiar story while adding in original content for replayability. All that adds up to a fun way to kill some time and become King of the Pirates.

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5 / 10.0 - Exit the Gungeon
Mar 27, 2020

While it certainly is a new game in the "Gungeon" series, Exit the Gungeon lacks the uniqueness that procedural generation can give a game. If you're a big fan of the original then chances are you'll still very much enjoy this title, with such a small and repetitive gameplay loop though others might find the game lacking.

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Mar 13, 2020

Play through the lives of Deku and other UA High students. While the combat isn't exceptionally deep the attacks are flashy and characters are all distinct from one another. Fans of My Hero Academia will get a kick out of the story and mission mode any other arena fighter fans might want to investigate more before a purchase.

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Mar 5, 2020

One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows throws players into a world of heroes. While the game looks flashy with big attacks and heavy cosmetic customization, the framework that this game is built on is pretty sparse. If you want a fighting game this is dime a dozen, though fans might get a tickle out of hurdles made to make Saitama 'balanced.'

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While there are a few fun games to be played in Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 the majority of the games will disappoint. 8-Bit mode is a nice touch but doesn't add much to the overall package. While for some it could be an enjoyable experience many players will be happier giving this a pass. Maybe 4 more years will be good for it.

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Oct 19, 2019

The Jackbox Party Pack 6 comes in with some great games, and a few really forgettable ones. Push the Button does well as a complete departure from the traditional Jackbox Style and Trivia Murder Party 2 and Role Models are a great laugh for a party.

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Link's Awakening takes everything excellent about the original release and adds a fantastic shine to it. This already might have been one of the best Zelda titles to date, and it's only improved here.

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